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Robert Henry Landes Jr.

Robert Henry Landes Jr., 71, of Wesley Chapel, Florida, passed away on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at his home and was surrounded by his family. He was born in Buffalo, NY, the son of the late Robert Henry Landes Sr. and Marguerite Olivia (Spann) Landes.

He enlisted in the United States Navy and served in the Vietnam War. Robert worked at selling over the road trucks and retired from the Pasco County School Bus Garage Parts Department.

Robert enjoyed going to car shows and rebuilding old cars. His favorite rebuild was a 1939 Buick with the help of his best friend Ron Atwood. Robert enjoyed camping with his wife and two dogs, Maggie and Amber. He was a master woodworker and enjoyed making his family and friends various things.

He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Sheila (Keene); children, Dawn (Jason) Warsing, Michael (Betty Lou) Landes, Nicholas (Stephanie) Landes, Shannon Baucom and Shelby (Terry) Adamson; step-mother, Joan Landes; brothers and sisters, Phyllis (Dennis) Mack, Debbie Gabriel, David (Mary) Feldmeyer, Donna (David ) Matthews, Donnie (Lorrie) Feldmeyer, Doris (Joe) Sova, Ray (Michelle) Landes, Doug (Gina) Landes; grandchildren, Tayler, Tierney, Jarred, Rylee, Cole, Sarah, Courtney, Cody, Ciara, Makenna, and Paige; and great-grandchildren, Bradyn and Ansley. He was preceded in death by his grandson, Derek.

A service with Military Honors will be conducted at 2:00PM on Friday, October 11, 2019, at Sarasota National Cemetery. The cemetery is located at 9810 State Road 72, Sarasota, Florida 34241.

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  • Nikki tyer says:

    It was a great pleasure to meet you, thank you for your service. My condolences to the family and prayers for peace and comfort.

  • LYNN ALLEN says:

    Keeping you all in my heart, thoughts and prayers. Uncle Bob will be greatly missed but have some wonderful memories.

  • Deborah Gabriel says:

    Dear Sheila and our entire family,
    My prayers are with all of you today as Bobby will be in his final resting place. Even though I’m not able to be there my heart & spirit are. Bobby served his country proudly. I remember how handsome he looked in his Navy uniform when I was a teenager. He was my big brother that I looked up to. He loved to talk & I loved to listen. He even taught me how to drive standard shift! Over the years he overcame so many obstacles and fought the good fight. Your time has come to enjoy eternal peace in heaven, where your body is whole and free from pain. You can ride the heavens highway in cars, trucks, motorcycles, and woodwork until your hearts content! I will miss you & know that I will see you again when it’s my time.